I. PERSONAL DATA
In general, you can visit the CASEPROOF Site without disclosing any personal information about yourself. In any case, you are in no way obliged to transmit this information to CASEPROOF.
However, in case of refusal, you may not be able to benefit from certain information or services that you have requested. As such, CASEPROOF may in certain cases be required to ask you to enter your surname, first name, email address, telephone number, company and function (hereinafter your “Personal Information”). By providing this information, you expressly agree that it will be processed by CASEPROOF, for the purposes indicated in point 2 below as well as for the purposes stated at the end of each form.
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation adopted by the European Parliament on April 14, 2016, and the amended Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978, CASEPROOF informs you of the following points:
1. Identity of the controller
The controller is Laurence GOSSELIN, having its registered office at 15 rue des Forgerons 85340 Les Sables d'Olonne sur Mer – France.
Such. : 02 51 01 85 40
2. Purposes of processing
CASEPROOF may process your Personal Information:
(a) for the purpose of providing you with the information or services that you have requested (in particular: sending the Newsletter, commercial offer, white papers or even the assessment of your level of compliance via a quiz); and or
(b) for the purpose of collecting information enabling us to improve our Site, our products and services (in particular by means of cookies); and or
(c) for the purpose of being able to contact you about various events relating to CASEPROOF, including in particular product updates and customer support.
Only CASEPROOF is the recipient of your Personal Information. These, whether in individual or aggregated form, are never transmitted to a third party, notwithstanding the subcontractors that CASEPROOF uses (you will find more information about them in point 7 below). Neither CASEPROOF nor any of its subcontractors market the personal data of visitors and Users of its Site.
4. Shelf life
Your Personal Information is kept by CASEPROOF only for the time corresponding to the purpose of the collection as indicated in 2 above which cannot in any case exceed 24 months.
5. Computer Rights and Freedoms
You have the following rights regarding your Personal Information, which you can exercise by writing to us at the postal address mentioned in point 1 or by completing the form opposite.
o Right of access and communication of data
You have the ability to access the Personal Information that concerns you.
However, due to CASEPROOF's obligation of security and confidentiality in the processing of personal data, you are informed that your request will be processed provided that you provide proof of your identity, in particular by producing a scan of your valid identity document (if requested by our dedicated electronic form) or a signed photocopy of your valid identity document (if requested in writing).
CASEPROOF informs you that it will be entitled, if necessary, to oppose manifestly abusive requests (by their number, their repetitive or systematic nature).
To help you in your approach, in particular if you wish to exercise your right of access by means of a written request to the postal address mentioned in point 1, you will find by clicking on the following link a model letter drawn up by the National Commission for Computing and Liberties (the “CNIL”).
o Right to rectification of data
Under this right, the legislation entitles you to request the rectification, updating, blocking or deletion of data concerning you which may prove to be inaccurate, erroneous, incomplete or obsolete.
You can also define general and specific directives relating to the fate of personal data after your death. If necessary, the heirs of a deceased person may demand that the death of their loved one be taken into account and/or that the necessary updates be made.
To help you in your approach, in particular if you wish to exercise, for your own account or on behalf of one of your deceased relatives, your right of rectification by means of a written request to the postal address mentioned in point 1, you will find by clicking on the following link a model letter developed by the CNIL.
o Right of opposition
The exercise of this right is only possible in one of the following two situations:
- When the exercise of this right is based on legitimate reasons; Or
- When the exercise of this right aims to prevent the data collected from being used for commercial prospecting purposes.
To help you in your approach, in particular if you wish to exercise your right of opposition by means of a written request addressed to the postal address indicated in point 1, you will find by clicking on the following link a model letter drawn up by the CNIL.
6. Response times
CASEPROOF undertakes to respond to your request for access, rectification or opposition or any other additional request for information within a reasonable period of time, which may not exceed 1 month from receipt of your request.
7. Authorized service providers and transfer to a third country of the European Union
CASEPROOF informs you that it uses its authorized service providers to facilitate the collection and processing of the data that you have communicated to us. These service providers may be located outside the European Union and have communication of the data collected through the various forms present on the Site (with the exception of the form allowing you to exercise your Data Protection Rights which is proposed and used by CASEPROOF).
CASEPROOF has previously ensured the implementation by its service providers of adequate guarantees and compliance with strict conditions in terms of confidentiality, use and data protection. In particular, vigilance has focused on the existence of a legal basis for carrying out any transfer of data to a third country. As such, one of our service providers is subject to internal corporate rules (or " Binding Corporate Rules ") which were approved by the CNIL in 2016 when the others obey not only Standard Contractual Clauses but also the Privacy Shield.
8. Complaint to the competent authority
If you consider that CASEPROOF does not respect its obligations with regard to your Personal Information, you can address a complaint or a request to the competent authority. In France, the competent authority is the CNIL to which you can send a request electronically by clicking on the following link: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes/internet .
II. COOKIES POLICY
1. General information on cookies on the CASEPROOF website
CASEPROOF, as publisher of this website, may proceed to the implementation of a cookie on the hard drive of your terminal (computer, tablet, mobile etc.) in order to guarantee you a smooth and optimal navigation on our site. Internet.
“Cookies” (or connection cookies) are small text files of limited size that allow us to recognize your computer, tablet or mobile phone for the purpose of personalizing the services we offer you.
The information collected through cookies does not in any way identify you by name. They are used exclusively for our own needs in order to improve the interactivity and performance of our website and to send you content adapted to your centers of interest. None of this information is communicated to third parties except when CASEPROOF has obtained your prior consent or when the disclosure of this information is required by law, by order of a court or any administrative authority or court authorized to hear it.
To better inform you about the information that cookies identify, you will find below a table listing the different types of cookies likely to be used on the CASEPROOF website, their name, their purpose and their retention period.
2. Configuring your cookie preferences
You can accept or refuse the deposit of cookies at any time
When you first connect to the CASEPROOF website, a banner briefly presenting information relating to the deposit of cookies and similar technologies appears at the bottom of your screen. This banner informs you that by continuing your navigation on the CASEPROOF website (by loading a new page or by clicking on various elements of the site for example), you accept the deposit of cookies on your terminal. You are also deemed to have given your consent to the deposit of cookies by clicking on the "X" icon to the right of the banner at the bottom of your screen.
Depending on the type of cookie in question, obtaining your consent to the deposit and reading of cookies on your device may be imperative.
To. Cookies exempt from consent
In accordance with the recommendations of the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), some cookies are exempt from the prior collection of your consent insofar as they are strictly necessary for the operation of the website or have the exclusive purpose of allowing or facilitating electronic communication. These include session identifier cookies, authentication cookies, load balancing session cookies as well as cookies for customizing your interface. These cookies are fully subject to this policy insofar as they are issued and managed by CASEPROOF.
b. Cookies requiring the prior collection of your consent
This requirement concerns cookies issued by third parties and which are qualified as "persistent" insofar as they remain in your terminal until they are deleted or expire.
Since such cookies are issued by third parties, their use and deposit are subject to their own privacy policies, a link to which you will find below. This cookie family includes audience measurement cookies (in particular GOOGLE ANALYTICS), advertising cookies (which CASEPROOF does not use) as well as social network sharing cookies (in particular from Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram) .
Audience measurement cookies establish statistics concerning the frequentation and use of various elements of the website (such as the content/pages you have visited). These data contribute to improving the ergonomics of the CASEPROOF website. An audience measurement tool is used on this website:
Social network sharing cookies are issued and managed by the publisher of the social network concerned. Subject to your consent, these cookies allow you to easily share some of the content published on the CASEPROOF site, in particular via a sharing application "button" depending on the social network concerned. Four types of social network sharing cookies are present on the CASEPROOF site:
o YouTube , for which you will find the necessary help to delete cookies from the Google Chrome browser by clicking on the following link: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/32050?hl=fr but also the policy information on cookies from the following link: https://www.google.fr/intl/fr/policies/technologies/cookies/
vs. You have various tools for setting cookies
Most Internet browsers are configured by default so that the deposit of cookies is authorized. Your browser offers you the opportunity to modify these standard settings so that all cookies are systematically rejected or that only some of the cookies are accepted or refused depending on their issuer.
WARNING: We draw your attention to the fact that refusing to deposit cookies on your terminal is nevertheless likely to alter your user experience as well as your access to certain services or functionalities of this website. If necessary, CASEPROOF declines all responsibility concerning the consequences linked to the deterioration of your browsing conditions which occur because of your choice to refuse, delete or block the cookies necessary for the operation of the site. These consequences do not constitute damage and you will not be able to claim any compensation as a result.
Your browser also allows you to delete existing cookies on your terminal or to notify you when new cookies are likely to be placed on your terminal. These settings have no impact on your navigation but you lose all the benefit provided by the cookie.
Please take note below of the multiple tools made available to you so that you can configure the cookies placed on your terminal.
d. The settings of your Internet browser
Each Internet browser offers its own cookie management settings. To find out how to change your cookie preferences, you will find below the links to the help needed to access the menu of your browser provided for this purpose:
For more information on cookie control tools, you can consult the CNIL website: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser .
e. Parameterization of the Linea Grafica tool
The deactivation of cookies can also be done directly via the Linea Grafica tool set up on the CASEPROOF site. Interactive, it allows you to manage your cookies via a banner available at the bottom right of the page viewed (“Service management” button) and lists all active cookies. To deactivate a cookie, simply click on the cross next to the service offered. If all cookies are deactivated, the banner dedicated to obtaining the user's consent will reappear when the page is refreshed.